Casio Waveceptor Watches

Written by Sarah Provost
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Casio Waveceptor watches keep perfect time by receiving calibration radio signals from the atomic clock at Fort Collins, Colorado. Once a day, every day, your Waveceptor watch will receive a signal and make whatever tiny adjustments are necessary to keep your timekeeping exact. Keeping perfect time, however, is only one of the many things Casio Waveceptor watches can do.

Features of Casio Waveceptor Watches

For starters, Casio Waveceptor watches not only keep your time, but time around the world, in 29 time zones. There's an automatic calendar that is preprogrammed until 2096. You can also program in significant dates such as birthdays and anniversaries or project deadlines, and the display will flash to alert you when that date arrives.

Waveceptor watches have up to five alarms and most include a 1/100 second stopwatch with a measuring capacity of 99:59'59.99. Measuring modes include elapsed time, split/lap time, and 1st and 2nd place timers. They are water resistant up to 100 meters.

Some models also utilize "Tough Solar" technology, which means the watch is powered by electricity generated from light. That means never having to replace a battery. Chronograph models measure elapsed time in 1/20 second intervals and have a 50 lap memory. In addition to all these functions, Waveceptor watches also have the clean, attractive design of all Casio watches and are very reasonably priced.

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